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January 6, 2004 GK-12 Fellow: Jason Bellorado bellorad@fas.harvard.edu

ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION WORKSHEET PHYSICS FIRST! : HONORS OPTION
SHOW ALL RELEVANT WORK 1) Draw the magnetic field lines for the following 2 setups: a)

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000 m/s2 q = -2.2) Draw the direction and calculate the magnitude of the force exerted on the moving charge for the following 4 situations: a) b ) B = 25 T v = 1000 m/s2 q = +3 C F = ___________________________ B=5T v = 10.3 C F = _____________________________ c) d ) B = 35 T v = 5000 m/s2 q = -1 C θ = 37° F = ___________________________ B=2T v = 1000 m/s2 q = +2 C F = _____________________________ HONORS OPTION: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION WORKSHEET 2 .

the magnetic field is increased to 15 Teslas. HONORS OPTION: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION WORKSHEET 3 . • From t = 0 to t = 5 seconds. Determine the magnitude of the induced emf caused by this change in magnetic field.3) Draw the (approximate) direction of the force exerted on the a) moving charge b) current carrying wire a) b) 4) Consider the following setup consisting of a wire loop (radius = 25 centimeters) with 200 turns sitting in a magnetic field. The magnetic field is varied as follows: • At t = 0. B = 3 Teslas.

2 seconds. What is the magnetic flux through the loop after the loop is changed to its new position? Explain your answer. c) What is the induced emf caused by changing the position of the wire loop? HONORS OPTION: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION WORKSHEET 4 .5) The following setup consists of a square wire loop with 2 turns (the length of a side is 3 meters) sitting in a magnetic field with B = 13 Teslas as shown below: θ = 20° a) What is the magnetic flux through the wire loop? b) In . θ is changed from 20° to 90°.

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B is decreased from 25 T to 20 T.5 seconds? HONORS OPTION: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION WORKSHEET 6 . What is the magnitude of the induced current? (Hint: use Ohm’s Law) e) Circle One: From your answers to parts a) and b). B = 25 T.6) Consider the following setup: The magnitude of the magnetic field is varied as follows: • At t = 0. • From t = 0 to t = 3. it will cause a current to flow.5 seconds. a) What is the magnetic flux through the wire loop at t = 0 seconds? b) What is the magnetic flux through the wire at t = 3. the magnitude of the magnetic flux is INCREASED or DECREASED from t = 0 to t = 3.5 seconds? c) What is the magnitude of the induced emf caused by the change in magnetic field? d) Since a voltage (emf) has been induced in this wire loop.

the rod is slid to the right such that the L = 5 meters.7) Below is a setup that was discussed in class. a) At t = 0. What is the magnetic flux through the loop that is made up of the conducting rod and the conducting rail? b) From t = 0 to t = 2 seconds. What is the magnetic flux through the loop after the rod is moved to its new position? c) What is the change in magnetic flux through the loop from t = 0 to t = 2 seconds? HONORS OPTION: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION WORKSHEET 7 . the conducting rod is not moving and L = 2 meters. The magnetic field B = 20 T. In consists of a conducting rod sitting on conducting rails that are separated by a distance of .5 m. The distance from the conducting rod to the resistor is denoted as L.

d) What is the magnitude of the induced voltage caused by this change? e) What is the magnitude of the induced current caused by this change? HONORS OPTION: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION WORKSHEET 8 .